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What's in it?

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A liter of water and electrolytes makes this balanced salt solution which immediately hydrates the body. Lactated ringers is the most commonly given intravenous solution in hospitals and emergency settings.


Mixture of five B Vitamins including Thiamine (Vit B1), Riboflavin (Vit B2), Niacinamide (Vit B3), Dexpanthenol (Vit B5), and Pyridoxine (Vit B6). This combination increases metabolism and utilizes carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.


This vitamin helps with the creation of new DNA while also helping your body metabolize protein and fat.  B12 also helps to mature your body's red blood cells, therefore essential in the prevention and treatment of anemia.


Also known as Ascorbic Acid.  This antioxidant and immune system booster that is consumed quickly during infections, therefore giving a large dose of 2000mg intravenously may shorten the duration of a cold.

Energy Booster


Feeling a little sluggish today?  Fill yourself up with the maximum dosage of Vitamin C, B-Vitamins, and a liter of H2O...and get ready for liftoff!  Hydration plus this mixture of vitamins will give you the energy you need to kickstart your day and enhance overall well being.  Vitamin B12 is frequently given intramuscularly for energy, however when given in intravenous infusion, it reaches your cells more rapidly and completely, fueling your body for whatever lies ahead.

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